Spurs might not be willing to match Harry Kane title-winning ambition by investing in their squad, the previous manager has said, MySportDab reports.
Tottenham ace Harry Kane can make a call on his future “very soon”, according to former boss Tim Sherwood, who doubts the ambition of the club to spend the cash to make themselves a competitive force.
The England man has spent a lot of of this campaign injured, however after six prolific campaigns within the Premier League, during which he has scored 133 goals.
he has attracted the interest of many massive clubs, with Manchester United and Real Madrid among those related to a summer move for the striker.
Sherwood has warned Spurs that the No.9 won’t stay at the club “for the sake of it”, despite coming through their youth ranks to ascertain himself as one of the game’s leading marksmen.
In specific, Sherwood, who conjointly managed Aston Villa, has pinpointed an absence of trophy success as a reason why the 26-year-old might move.
He did suggest that manager Jose Mourinho might entice him to stay because of his title-winning pedigree.
“It’s like Alan Shearer,” he told the Daily Mail.
“He finishes fourth with Blackburn (in 1992-93), then second (in 1993-94). Manchester United are all over him.
But he decides to remain, because he believes we’ve got the standard to win it, and that we did the next season.
“Harry has to assess this himself.
I would wait to see what they are doing within the summer.
“They’ve got a manager who has not gone there to only finish within the top four.
Harry know grasp very soon if the club are willing to pay that cash to give themselves that chance of winning the league.”
Spurs’ last major honour came in 2007-08 when they won the League Cup, whereas the north London side haven’t won the top-flight title since 1960-61.
Presently they lie eighth within the Premier League standings, with forty one points – precisely half of the tally league leaders Liverpool have mustered.
With uncertainty continuing to surround the end of the season.
The league is placed on hold because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the prospect of Spurs playing within the Champions League next season continues to hold within the balance.